One pooch recently proved he’s alpha dog material by driving away a shark in the waters near One Arm Point, a remote community in western Australia. Good boy!
In a YouTube video featured on ‘Today,’ the dog can be seen paddling contentedly through the ocean while two sharks lurk beneath the surf. It’s difficult to gauge the size of the fish, but they certainly appear to be large. The dog showed no fear, however, and dove beneath the waves to deliver a bite to one of them.
Earlier in the week, a massive storm dumped almost 12 inches of rain in less than hour on Montreal, causing the city’s sewer system to swell. In this amateur video shown on ‘Today,’ a cameraman filmed as a geyser of water blew off a manhole cover and lifted a parked car into the air.
The geyser started slowly at first, lifting the car only inches off the ground. But eventually, a massive torrent of water exploded from the sewer system and hoisted the backend of the vehicle several feet off the ground.
Fans of Brutus, the monstrous saltwater crocodile, take heart: He’s real! Ever since a photograph of the 18-foot-long, 2000-lb. crocodile surfaced earlier this week, some have alleged that it may have been a hoax.
So, an intrepid crew from ‘Today’ embarked on a tour of the Adelaide River in Australia in search of the massive reptile. Lo and behold, the crew managed to film footage of the approximately 80-year-old animal as it happily munched on buffalo provided by their tour guide. And, disturbingly, Brutus appeared to be every bit as large as the stories said.
Let it be known that Kyra Sedgwick would dominate the game ‘Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon.’ And it’s not just because she’s married to Bacon. She’s also his distant relative, she said on the ‘Late Show’ Thursday night.
Among the horrific ideas, children suggested hitting Sheen with Barbies until he’s dead, whipping him and feeding him to fire ants, blowing him up with a bazooka, poisoning his pudding cup and giving him cancer like a cat.
Since the gaffe, Bachmann has admitted that she misspoke, but Colbert takes issue with her concession. “What on earth are you apologizing for? All you said is that you have the same spirit as John Wayne Gacy, and I think there is something to that.” Colbert said. “Because like Gacy, people might think you’re a clown. But if they dig a little deeper, they’ll find you are deadly serious.”
Gene Simmons wept openly as he visited the grave of his estranged father, Feri Witz, on Tuesday’s episode of ‘Gene Simmons Family Jewels.’ Although Simmons did offer financial support to his father, he had very little contact with him later in life.
Simmons broke down in tears as a letter from his deceased father was read graveside in Israel. In the letter, Witz complimented Simmons on his beautiful wife and family.
On Tuesday morning’s installment of ‘Today,’Linda Hogan offered details on her alleged abuse by ex-husband Hulk Hogan. In her new book, ‘Wrestling the Hulk: My Life Against the Ropes,’ Linda described violent fights where the pro wrestler threw chairs, tore shirts and even choked her.
Linda said that her ex-husband never showed any regret for his behavior. “He did not feel remorse and, to this day, he’s never apologized for any of his actions,” she said. “That is something that scared me. I did not want to be a statistic like Nicole Simpson.”
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